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Google's answer to ChatGPT: the "Bard" chat service | Israel today


Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai announced a new tool based on artificial intelligence that will provide answers to surfers' questions, similar to the ChatGPT service in which Microsoft is invested. About relatively old information • The service will be available to the general public only in a few weeks

A few months after the artificial intelligence-based answer service ChatGPT began to stir up the web, today Alphabet Company, the parent company of Google, presents its answer.

The ChatGPT service allows surfers to enter various questions and tasks into it and receive complex answers back, thereby effectively performing complete tasks automatically.

The system does this by analyzing the mountains of information accumulated on the Internet, and based on artificial intelligence capabilities provides answers that "summarize" that knowledge and make it accessible to the user.

For example, you can ask the system to write complete articles without providing the information required to write them.

As people turn to Google for deeper insights, the search engine's AI-powered features can distill information, Photo: No

According to a post published by Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai on the company's blog, the "Bard" software will combine the breadth of existing knowledge in the world with the power, intelligence and creativity of Google's large language models. "It relies on information from the Internet to provide up-to-date and high-quality answers." .

The statement about "up-to-date answers" in Pichai's words,

implies the prominent advantage

that the new service will likely have.

While ChatGPT presents answers based on out-of-date information, Google's new service is supposed to be based on the current current information available on the web.

Pichai wrote in the post that "while Bard can be an expression of creativity and satisfy curiosity, it will also help explain to the user new NASA discoveries such as the James Webb Space Telescope, or learn more about the best soccer players in the world and then get exercises that will improve performance their".

Use Bard to simplify complex topics, such as explaining new discoveries from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope,

The new service is based on Google's previous milestones in the field of artificial intelligence.

In the post, Pichai wrote that Bard will be powered by the company's model for conversational artificial intelligence "LaMDA".

The service will be available to the general public in just a few weeks, and in the meantime those who will be exposed to it will be "trusted testers".

Pichai also announced that Google "is now working on bringing the latest advances in artificial intelligence into our products, starting with the search engine."

In the post, he went on to clarify the difference between search services so far and the capabilities of conversational artificial intelligence: "When people think of Google, they often think of turning to us for quick factual answers. Recently, more and more people are turning to Google also for deeper insights such as 'Is it easy More learning to play the piano or the guitar, and how much practice does that require?'

Learning about such a topic can take too much effort and people often want to explore a wide variety of opinions or perspectives."

Pichai also reached out to the developer community, explaining that next month Google will "connect developers, creators, and organizations so they can try out our 'Generative Language API,' initially powered by LaMDA with a variety of models. Over time, we intend to create a suite of tools and APIs that will make it easier for others to build more innovative applications using AI. The computing power needed to build reliable and trustworthy AI systems is also essential for startups, and we're excited to help expand those efforts through our Google Cloud partnerships with Cohere,, and Anthropic, which were just announced Last week. Expect more details soon."

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Source: israelhayom

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